Swizzy release today a new version of NXE2GOD based on the abandoned project from Team XeDev and the source shared by Dstruktiv. Since the release by Microsoft of the kernel version 16197, you are able to format USB devices up to 32GB to FATX. Some of you were using this kind of device to make NXE installs (Game Disc installs in NXE or newer) but were unable to ‘easily’ convert them to GOD, this problem is now fixed with NXE2GOD V1.2 which support USB MU (USB Memory Unit).

Full readme

NXE2GOD 1.2
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* What is it? *
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NXE2GOD is a tool to convert NXE installs (Game Disc installs in NXE or newer) to GOD (Games On Demand)
Basically what this means is that we remove the need for the disc to be in the DVD Drive to play the game :)

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* Credits *
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– Dstruktiv – Thanks for making the original and releasing your source code! 😀
– Anyone else that has helped with the project in any way 😉

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* Install Notes *
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In the release there is 2 packages, one for XEX and another for LIVE, the LIVE one is meant for installs
to device:\Content\0000000000000000\FFFF0055\00080000\ which allows you to start it straight from dash! 😀

The XEX Version is meant for those of you wanting to create your own live package, or simply wish to run it from USB 😉

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* Changelog *
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v1.2 – Mod by Swizzy released 23-01-2013
+ Added support for USBMU Devices, Limited to: USBMU0, USBMU1, USBMU2, USBMU3, USBMU4
(Meaning up to 5 USB Devices with a Memory unit on it) still have the HDD scan tho 😉
+ Fixed bug with leaving the 00004000 directory, it’ll now be deleted like everything else
+ Font is now embedded, no need for Media folder and shit 😉
– Removed backup crap, if you need it, you can read the original source code and add it back 😉
+ Lot’s of code cleanup!

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